In 1997, Channel Zero became the first independent producer in Canadian broadcast history to be given a series on the coveted National news program. This controversial series, The Electronic Eye: Canada as a Surveillance Society, is one that, even several years later, still holds ominous prescience about the current state of affairs in American civil society. Namely in the realms of government surveillance, manufacturing of public consent and the protection of privacy in the corporatist state.... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: guerrilla news network, CBC, Mondex
Hosted by Andy Cimino Free-form radio featuring obscure indie, DIY, postpunk and new wave, out jazz, exotica, Krautrock, RIO/avant progressive, minimal & electronic, musique concrete, found sounds, experimental rock, and more... 00:00:00 Orchestra Murphy 'Homage to Catatonia' from Bogtrotting 00:03:07 French TV 'Friendly Enzymes' from After a Lengthy Silence 00:09:03 Tipsy 'Liquordelic' from Trip Tease 00:13:08 Gallon Drunk 'Just One More' from Gallon Drunk 00:16:31 Matching Mole 'Starting... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: WCUW, obscure, indie, DIY, postpunk, new wave, out jazz, exotica, Krautrock, RIO, avant,...
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Gary Webb, the Pulitzer prize-winning reporter who broke the story of the CIA's involvement in the importation of cocaine into the U.S., died December 10, 2004, reportedly from self-inflicted gunshots to the head. It was a tragic end to a brilliant, and tragic, career. In August 1996, the San Jose Mercury News published WebbÂs 20,000 word, three-part series entitled Dark Alliance. The articles detailed the nexus between a California coke kingpin, CIA officials and assets and the Nicaraguan... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Gary Webb, War on Drugs, CIA
Tracking the covert history of CIA drug smuggling from Nicaragua to Arkansas and South Central Los Angeles, GNN sheds light on the darkest secret of the Agency's operational directorate. Cut to the ambient Hip Hop loops of DJ Trek-e, Crack The CIA features explosive footage of Mike Ruppert's historical televised confrontation with CIA Director John Deutch. Don't blink! ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Guerrilla News Network, CIA, Crack
The song If You Tell a Lie was written by Monica Pasqual on the day of George Bush's inaguration in 2001. Last spring she added a new verse and Blame Sally recorded it for this video. Produced and Directed by Jon Halperin Edited by Stephanie Mechura Challberg Shot by Tom Erikson, Jon Halperin and David Winton The video includes archival footage courtesy of Prelinger Archives, as well as video and animated still photography of the band. Blame Sally is an all-woman band from San Francisco playing... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Political, Anti-Bush, Election
For those of you not interested in ringing in Dubya's ill-gotten presidency with the musical stylings of Ricky Martin and 98 Degrees, GNN offers an alternative: a Guerrilla News Video cut to "Countdown," Beastie Boy Ad Rock's remix of Green Party Presidential candidate Ralph Nader's blistering critique of the news media and the current state of American politics. The video features GNN's innovative video-scratching technique, cut with footage from the Battle of Seattle, nightly news... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Guerrilla News Network, Ralph Nader, Bush Inauguration
It has been over 50 years since Adolf Hitler took his life in a small underground bunker near Berlin. And while, for many, the Holocaust that he planned and executed against the Jewish population of Europe is a thing of the past - a dark chapter of our history that serves a reminder of man's inhuman potential - for others, it is a subject of unrelinquished sorrow and tireless investigation. It is in the latter camp that we find Edwin Black, author of the Pulitzer Prize-nominated international... ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Guerrilla News Network, IBM, Edwin Black
We Interrupt This Empire... (2003, DV, 52:17) is a collaborative work by many of the Bay AreaÂs independent video activists which documents the direct actions that shut down the financial district of San Francisco in the weeks following the United StatesÂ invasion of Iraq. With the audio backdrop including live broadcasts of Enemy Combatant Radio from the San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center, the documentary takes a look at the diverse show of resistance from the streets of San... ( 19 reviews )
Activist, analyst, author, syndicated talk radio host, documentarist Alex Jones exposes the men behind conspiracy, terrorism and takeover, in this crucial sequel to "911: the Road to Tyranny" (available on the Internet Archive at http://www.archive.org/details/911theRoadtoTyranny ). ( 16 reviews ) Topics: 911, activist journalism, activism, state terror: United States: William Jefferson Clinton
This Alex Jones documentary outlines the United States' descent into tyranny, exposing the Project for a New American Century members Richard Bruce Cheney and others who co-authored or co-sponsored their blueprint for world domination entitled "Rebuilding America's Defenses." This documentary also contains some of the most telling footage of the bombing of Oklahoma City's Murrah Federal Building, Jones' interviews of eyewitnesses, and explosives expert Brigadier General Benton K.... ( 33 reviews ) Topics: 9/11: the Road to Tyranny, 9 11: the Road to Tyranny, 9 11, state terror,...
Produced by the Highway Safety Foundation in 1964, this shocking film deals with a subject quite taboo for its time. The short serves as a dramatized warning, ending with graphic case studies. Unlike the driver's education films produced by the same company, this film was apparently issued for only a short time before being withdrawn. **CONTENT ADVISORY: Crime scene footage at end will upset some people** ( 60 reviews ) Topics: educational, social issues, criminal
Complex and disturbing anti-Japanese propaganda film produced to spur the sale of U.S. war bonds. CONTENT ADVISORY: Explicit racism and extreme violence. ( 94 reviews ) Topics: World War II: Japan, Propaganda, World War II: Homefront